Download Earth Epic Calendar 11722

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Download Earth Epic Calendar 11722

Here you can download a .pdf of the Earth Epic Calendar for 11722, which also includes Westcrossing 11721, the last quarter of 11721.

If you print out the calendar, it's recommended to either use a heavier grade paper like 60 lb. or print single-sided and have the pages face each other as appropriate.If you print out the calendar, it's recommended to either use a heavier grade paper like 60 lb. or print single-sided and have the pages face each other as appropriate.

 

2 thoughts on “Download Earth Epic Calendar 11722

  1. I have a question about calculation of season length. Are you counting whole days using the same technique as determining the start date of the year (closest UTC midnight), or are you using actual times to calculate the duration?

    1. Hi John, sorry I was slow in getting back to you.

      Are you talking about the solar-timed seasons with the equinoxes and solstices in the middle? If so, the answer is “yes.” It was a time-consuming but interesting project where I used the Swiss ephemeris to calculate the number of days between the seasons that start at 15 degrees Scorpio, Aquarius, Taurus, and Leo. I started by calculating these figures at a thousand year intervals between 9700 BCE and 4000 CE (I couldn’t find the figures that would go farther into the future), and when I saw the longest or second longest season change, I would, through trial and error going back and forth, zero in on the year that the change occurred. It was a pain in the butt, but nevertheless stimulating for my nerd-brain. And in calculating the length of days of the season, I would note precisely what time that day the seasons would change, and then revert to the closest midnight.

      I’m assuming you’re not talking about Quarter length. That is fixed at 91 unless the quarter occurs during the longest season, in which case it is 92 days. In leap years, the quarter in the second longest season also has 92 days.

      I’m working on the 11723 calendar right now. In the coming weeks, a printed four-color calendar will be available for purchase, and a free downloadable one will be available as well.

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